Manchester United will welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford for the 191st Manchester derby on Sunday.

Both sides come into the much-awaited match fresh off of Champions League wins—the Red Devils beat Copenhagen 1-0 while the defending European champions defeated BSC Young Boys 3-1.

Harry Maguire and Andre Onana were the heroes on the day for the Red Devils in their win over Copenhagen with the England centre-back scoring the only goal of the game while the Cameroon international made a last-ditch penalty save.

Before the Danish champions arrived, Erik ten Hag’s team had to rely on a stunning goal from Diogo Dalot to defeat Sheffield United in their most recent Premier League match.

With 15 points, Man United has jumped up to eighth place in the Premier League table, although they are still five points behind Liverpool for the final Champions League spot.

Since the beginning of the 2022–23 season, only Southampton and Crystal Palace prevented Man United from scoring in a home Premier League match.

In midweek, Erling Haaland ended his Champions League goal drought against Young Boys with a brace while Manuel Akanji was also on the scoresheet.

Just like United, City have also suffered two defeats in their last five Premier League games but will hope to build on last weekend’s win against Brighton and Hove Albion away from home.

Sunday’s fixture is scheduled to kickoff at 15:30 GMT at Old Trafford.

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